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Tennessee GOP leaders urge delay of toddler COVID-19 shots

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 d ago

Tennessee GOP leaders urge delay of toddler COVID-19 shots

"Some state lawmakers are taking aim at the distribution of newly available COVID vaccines for children under 5 Top Tennessee Republican House leaders are urging governor Bill Lee to delay the state's health department from distributing and promoting COVID-19 vaccines that are now available for infants toddlers and preschoolers In a letter sent Wednesday to the Republican governor State House leaders including Tennessee House speaker Cameron Sexton and House majority leader William Lambert said they had too many concerns surrounding the vaccine for those under 5 years old the lawmakers claimed that the COVID-19 emergency has long passed in Tennessee though that statement is disputed by public health experts The letter comes just days after Florida raised eyebrows for being the only state in the country not to pre order the vaccine for its toddlers Florida's Republican governor Ron DeSantis said he wouldn't facilitate their distribution but the shots are available to those who want them I'm Jennifer King

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Biden visits clinic, celebrates COVID shots for kids under 5

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 d ago

Biden visits clinic, celebrates COVID shots for kids under 5

"President Biden visited a vaccination clinic in Washington D.C. more people are now eligible to get coronavirus shots Monumental step forward to the United States is now the first country in the world to offer safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as 6 months old The president also delivered a thinly veiled criticism of Florida governor Ron DeSantis who blocked his health department from ordering and delivering pediatric vaccines in his estate Elected officials shouldn't get in the way And make it more difficult for parents who want their children to be vaccinated I want to protect them and those around them This is no time for politics The White House says Florida doctors will be able to order vaccines for children under 5 from the federal government Ed Donahue Washington

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Will Other Republicans Run Against Donald Trump?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | 5 d ago

Will Other Republicans Run Against Donald Trump?

"I'm getting more and more callers who say they're Trump supporters who are starting to waver a little bit about the 2024 presidential race and Donald Trump as the GOP nominee. Now, this friend of mine said, the fact that the case being made against him by the January 6th committee being told by his own advisers has to wound him at least somewhat. His comments really undermine him. By that I mean his complete obsession with 2020, it's almost all he talks about is becoming too much even for many people who support him. They're being worn down and exhausted. Including by what he demands of his supporters, of course, if he runs, he could still win. And even if he doesn't, he could still inflict injury on a lot of the other candidates, but I think his conduct and loosened grip on the party just about ensures that there are many Republicans who will run in 2024, including Ron DeSantis regardless of what he does.

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Callers: What About Reparations for Union Soliders' Families?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:32 sec | 5 d ago

Callers: What About Reparations for Union Soliders' Families?

"Great? Well, Mike, let me just ask you a question, if you don't mind. Sure. How many how many white and I don't mean this in a prejudicial way? How many white guys? Exhausted their lives and their hearts and their souls, fighting in the Civil War. For the confederacy, for the union. You're right. To free those slaves. We're talking about reparations. Why don't we consider then reparations for those hundreds of thousands of young men who gave their lives to free those blacks? I think that's a pretty brilliant

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Caller: Would Non-Black People Pay for Black People's Reparations?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 5 d ago

Caller: Would Non-Black People Pay for Black People's Reparations?

"And I mean, I'm Irish. My ancestors suffered through the Irish potato famine, but let's get back to what how much you think you should get. I mean, I think it's fair to expect to understand you want 10,000, a thousand, 50,000, what do you think your ancestors being slaves would lead you to be compensated? How much should you get? I really can't put a dollar amount on the mic, but if I had to put a dollar amount, maybe the same thing as they gave us stimulus checks. And that could have been, that could be a pretty good amount of money. That was like, that could be what some people are getting $1200, added on every month, $1500 a month. Well, guess what? You can't put a dollar mama on with our ancestors went through and during slavery times. Yeah, yeah. Well, let me ask you this and I mean this sincerely. Do you really think the country as a whole would respond well to this? Do you think you think I'm the most Americans would be all on board with this and say, this is great. Let me pay money as a non black American. Because you couldn't have to be. You wouldn't be charged, right? I'm asking you a question with a question. Okay, good. So people complain when they have to pay extra money for gas to the government. We can complain. Well you bet we do. That's all we're doing is complaining. People can't afford to pay their pay, don't

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Caller: Black People Deserve Reparations for Going Through Slavery

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | 5 d ago

Caller: Black People Deserve Reparations for Going Through Slavery

"Go ahead, sir. You think reparations would help heal the land? I don't think it would help, but I think black deserved a reparations. But for going through slavery. You went through slavery? My ancestors did. Right. So what did that do to you? What did it do to me? Right. What impact did that have on you? And started the growth of many others that asked us was slaves. Okay. How much would you like, Kenyatta? It doesn't matter what I like, but you said that we don't deserve reparations because everybody's going to pay taxes. Whether everybody have to pay taxes, not doesn't matter. Well, no, no, no, it's not I didn't say we don't have to pay taxes. We'd all have to pay you and I'm just asking you what would, I don't mean what you'd like, what you think would be a fair amount that you would receive. I can't really put a dollar amount on it, but they definitely deserve reparations. And I think to say that they don't deserve it, that's insensitive. What do you think? What do you think? I'm sorry, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt. You go ahead, Kenyatta. I think if it was if it was Hispanic that was slaves, they would want their reparations and all these other races will want their reparations. So why shouldn't we get our reparations?

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Sheila Jackson Lee Calls for Reparations for Black Americans Only

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:04 min | 5 d ago

Sheila Jackson Lee Calls for Reparations for Black Americans Only

"To Sheila Jackson Lee, another prominent black Democrat, there is one way to heal our troubled land. As the pastor said, it is time for the commission to study slavery and develop reparation proposals. So that we can heal the land and heal the nation. I expect the land and heal the nation for reparations. You understand how reparations works. Anyone who's black would be expected to pay because any kind of a reparations fund would be paid out of the taxpayers. We'd have to pay that. But you can't charge black Americans who are going to receive reparations, so it would have to be everybody who's not black, presumably whites, Asians, Hispanics, everybody else would be expected to essentially fund black Americans.

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New Orleans Unveils Giant Hair Pick Statue

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:49 sec | 5 d ago

New Orleans Unveils Giant Hair Pick Statue

"Well, there was a giant Afro pick that was installed in New Orleans, right? Derek, was that New Orleans? They spent money on a work of art that's a giant, I don't know the technical term for it. I think it's known as an Afro pick where black people who have big afros use that. It's like a big oversized comb. Well, this is this gigantic. Can you find that story for me, Derek? I saw that last night. I thought, is that a Juneteenth thing? Listen, art is in the eye of the beholder, maybe somebody feels that that's some kind of a tribute to the Emancipation of slaves,

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Cory Booker Criticizes Commercialization of Juneteenth

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 5 d ago

Cory Booker Criticizes Commercialization of Juneteenth

"There is absolutely nothing wrong. We should celebrate the Emancipation of the slaves. But pretending to be worried about commercializing Juneteenth of all things, this was Cory Booker, the crazed senator from New Jersey. He appeared with Stephen insurrectionist Colbert last night on CBS. I think the materialism and commercialism and consumerism, those streams within our society often do detract from the nobility and the principles and the ideals, but also for us confronting the fullness of our history. I get very frustrated that Martin Luther King day, we've created this Santa classification of Martin Luther King when he was wildly unpopular. At the time he died. He was somebody that pushed this country to expand its moral imagination. And so this idea that a day about freedom and liberty is descending into consumerism. We can't let that happen. And so of course, companies are going to try to do their best to pad their bottom lines. But we have in a responsibility not to cheapen this holiday and just talk about it and speak about it. And most importantly, try to be about it, try to be and live the ideals that we're celebrating.

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Sen. Kennedy: People Trust the Media Like They Trust Gas Station Sushi

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:31 sec | 5 d ago

Sen. Kennedy: People Trust the Media Like They Trust Gas Station Sushi

"People trust the media like they trust gas station sushi said senator John Kennedy to Bill hammer. He doesn't do a lot of radio interviews, apparently. He likes TV. We've tried to get him on. He's like the Will Rogers of the U.S. Senate. But there are people who are decidedly not Will Rogers esque over in the house, today's Democrat party is led by nitwits and scoundrels and demagogues

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Caller: Americans Go off of Television

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:59 sec | 5 d ago

Caller: Americans Go off of Television

"Good, good. I'm disgusted by that. Oh, we should pick somebody else stuff. Yo, I don't want you guys. If you're on my team and you saw me get cheated, we agree I got cheated. And then you go pick somebody else. It's disgusting. You know, the other thing that, you know, the other thing, the other thing I worry about is the people are getting influenced by this witch hunt star chamber January 6th select committee crap. I think they're getting beaten down by it. They're easily swayed. Like the Americans are they go off of TV. They throw away content. All right. All right, but let's let me be devil's advocate because I'm with you. I'm right there with you. But here's the argument that people make. Independence, are we going to win independence with Ron DeSantis? Are we going to win independence with Donald Trump? That's what they say, the desantis has a better chance of winning people over in the middle, which helps us win in 2024.

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How Should Parents Push Back Against the Vaccine for Toddlers?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | Last week

How Should Parents Push Back Against the Vaccine for Toddlers?

"Charlie, I have very serious reservations about giving the vaccine in my two year old son. But I know my pediatrician will likely recommend it now that the FDA has approved. What are your thoughts? Is there anyone pushing back against this? So look, I just want to reiterate that vaccine companies have pushed this on a little kids because they want to get it onto the official childhood schedule vaccination schedule for liability protection. Similar to the WHO story that we've talked about and covered in great detail, states can push back against this and there is one governor who is pushing back against this. It is governor Ron DeSantis. Governor Ron DeSantis is pushing back against the bio medical corporate pharma fascist regime. And saying, this is the line. We're not going to do this. There is no reason whatsoever. To inoculate 6 month to 5 year olds. Against a virus that they are not dying from. You are injecting a gene therapy that is called a vaccine. Doctor Cole is just in our program and he walked through all the risks associated with it. We've had doctor Malone do the same thing. Doctor McCullough do the same thing. And Ron DeSantis is saying, I'm not just going to keep on going along for the next thing. We're not just going to keep on falling for the phase three experimental gene therapy. Now if you got vaccinated and if you believe in the vaccine, fine. That's your choice. But we're talking about children that don't have a choice. And some parents are going to be pressured by doctors by institutions, to give a vaccine against a virus that does not pose a significant risk for them.

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A highlight from Which Piece Of God's Puzzle Are You?

Live Behind The Veil

06:58 min | Last week

A highlight from Which Piece Of God's Puzzle Are You?

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil hello and welcome to live behind the veil. I'm Ron, your host, and on this podcast, the family talks about how God has created us all different with many different expressions. And yet, as we come together as one body, we are perfect in his sight. We're created in God's image. So I think that everybody is perfect. And I think that the perfection it is being unveiled as we mature in Christ, as we mature in our walk with him, is totally awesome. Because the ground is all level at the foot of the cross. The one thing that has caused astounds me, we are perfect. He made us that way. We're in his image, and now it's for us to realize it. Realizing who he has created you to be. I raised twins, you'll like this. I can't compare. You can't compare one child to the other, and you can't compare twins to all the other because they're all individuals. And thence that coming together of individuals that make one body. I think the perfection is the relationship. That you have with the lord and with one another, because I just flashed back on the prodigal son. When he came back and his father loved him. He suddenly knew who the father was. More than he ever had before. And as we get to know that the father loves us, and that we get to know that we love one another, I think that's where perfection lies. Because we all have those things in our hearts that protect ourselves from one another and from the father. But as we learned that love is the only thing that the father is, then we learn that we don't have to protect ourselves anymore, and that's where the perfection will lie. You can not be perfect without others. Yeah. They are perfectly what God created each individual to be are, but the perfection actually comes when there is a culmination or a bringing together a many membered body. As we learn to trust one another in a depth to where we understand that the heart that each of us have that God is speaking through that other individual, we draw the Christ out of each person and together that creates that perfection because Jesus is perfect, and if he's in us, each of us we might be a leg and I arm a finger, but altogether we make a perfect body. Amen. I would say this, the only entity that I'm worried about being perfect towards is my father. You're perfect right where you are. Right. God gave you a gift. And he gave me a different gift, and it takes a long time sometimes for us to find out which two pieces of the puzzle go together. You know, sometimes we try to make it fit, and boy, it just doesn't work, but boy, when you find that puzzle piece that goes with yours, oh my gosh. What a liberty in a freedom when those pieces come together and you find out that there can be blood flowing through the veins. I always love those puzzles, my little kids had the, you know, it was innate, but ten puzzle on the hat about 5 pieces. Exactly. There's an old saying simple mind simple pleasures. I went through chemo. Back in 2010. I couldn't be around people, because my white blood count was so low. So I got into doing puzzles, and it was one of my biggest meeting with meetings with the lord, just about that issue because I was doing a puzzle where a piece would look like it fits in with the three other sides already there. And it looked perfect. But then you found the foresight and you're going that piece doesn't go there. Right. It was so frustrating. But then you find out the true piece that goes there and it is so rewarding. It's true. Yeah, that's very true. And that's the joy of actually being different. Is because none of us are the same. Thank God. The worst thing you could ever do is homogenize people to where they're all exactly robots, right? We are individuals. Created that way by God on purpose, and as we come together in who we are, we become more than what we ever could have been by ourselves. On this podcast, we've seen that although, we are very different as individuals with many different expressions. As we come together under his lordship, we flow together and become the great many membered body of Christ. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is a life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the veil.

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Florida Didn’t Preorder Vaccine Doses for Youngest Children, State Says

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Florida Didn’t Preorder Vaccine Doses for Youngest Children, State Says

"Florida's governor says no to children's vaccines Even though Republican governor Ron DeSantis said the state would not order and distribute the COVID-19 shots for children under 5 The White House says Florida doctors will be able to directly order the vaccines for young children from the federal government Florida was the only jurisdiction in the nation to decline to place advanced orders for the pediatric shots which received the okay from the FDA Final authorization from the CDC is expected soon clearing the way for the last remaining unvaccinated age group to be eligible for the shots I'm Shelley Adler

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A highlight from Free To Love

Live Behind The Veil

10:02 min | Last week

A highlight from Free To Love

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. I'm Ron your host, and on this podcast, we are asking ourselves how we become free to love with God's love. You know, look at our nation today of young people, you know, they're not being trained up in the way they should go. Right. According to what scripture talking about, now we have young people who are not disciplined, proverbs, huge about disciplining children, so that they learn their way, and without guidelines, you know, what's a scripture without a plan, the people perish. What was the Steve covey, right? Back in the day, he said, imagine, climbing the ladder of success, only to find out when you get to the top, you're on leaning against the wrong building. He just wasted your whole life going the wrong way. God's love is not human love. Not at all. God's love has guidelines. God's love has restrictions because God knows that if you don't have restrictions and guidelines that you're going to go in ways that are destructive and so you're talking about the ladder against the right building of the wrong building that ladder is God's word God's guidelines, God's love. I agree with you. I don't think that the generations that are coming up, and I know that's a kind of a generic general thing because it doesn't fit all people, but it fits a lot of people. That it's against the wrong building. They want to be independent. They want to be self sufficient. They want to leave their own life. It was true. Again, that's the fruit. You look at the fruit, and we looking at the fruit of that type of thinking and that type of lifestyle we're seeing chaos and destruction and a mess. In the world, the fruit is the proof. If people live a godly lifestyle because they are open to the word and open to God's love, their lives will produce that fruit, and those that don't, their lives will produce that other fruit. So even without a word, if you have eyes to see and you're not walled off to the truth, all you have to do is look out there and see the truth. We want to lift the limitations of appearances. Right. Right. I say this because I have a friend and I've mentioned him many times very dear friend. I've known him for years and he is honest. He is caring. He helps people, and I couldn't stand it after a while I asked him, I said, what church do you go to? He was offended. He says, I don't go to a church and it took me back. I didn't mention it again. For a long time, and I told him I said, I want to apologize. You know a while back, I asked you if you went to church you just do so many of the right things. That I thought you went to church. And he still did not want to discuss it. But I got my apology out there. To make myself feel better because I didn't see whether he knew who he was, and how he was acting. The Rain falls on the just and the unjust, but who are we to judge which one's which? Yeah. I don't want to knock Christianity, but they've got a lot to learn from the people who are not sitting in the pews because God's love is flowing out there in all ages. It's amazing how he moves and the eyes to see is not looking around sitting in a pew. You go out into the world and say, lord, show me where you're moving. Right. You'll be surprised he's out there moving and doing and creating and bringing forth so much more than has been locked up. Once we learn how to love, then we're free. We're not bound by anything if you're free to love. Amen . And God has no rule against that. There's no rule in thou shalt not love. And there is no hesitation. There's no holding back. There is no waiting. It's one of the things we can do and just go crazy with. I love what Dale saying about breaking down the restrictions. You wall this person off because they're quote not a Christian or they're not reading their Bible or they're not going to church or they don't look a certain way. Right, they don't walk a certain way. They don't look a certain way. We're coming to an outpouring of God's love on this earth that's going to blow people's minds and it's going to lift a veil of deception that Satan's put upon the earth saying you have to be this way or that way to love somebody, it's not true. And you don't have to be a Christian and you don't have to be. You don't. You don't have to be those things. And that right there, that statement right there. You don't have to be a Christian to love. You can be crucified out there for that. Just the reaction to that statement proves the point. Exactly. If I receive hatred and resentment because I said you don't have to be a Christian to love with the love of God, that proves the point. It does. Proves , we're all human. Right. There are people who have so many concepts and wrong understandings of first off who God is, who Jesus is and what the scriptures say, they've been taught and it goes back to what we were talking about, how you teach children, too. You teach them how to love. These people have been taught how not to love thinking it is love. Yeah, I guess, kinda. Yeah. You are wrong and you're gonna go to hell because you don't believe the way I do. Right. Yeah. God loves all mankind. Does he like what's going on? No, he doesn't like necessarily. He doesn't like our adamic nature and stuff, but he loves who he created. You know, you think about somebody. Dale, you used to build race cars. You build a race car and you put something special into it. That's got you in that car. You love that car and you want to race that car and all these things is wonderful and one of the hardest things you ever want to do is get rid of it. Yeah, I know. Because it's yours. Yeah, we're not young anymore, right, Dale . No. He has his life invested in people and in this earth, he doesn't want to just give it up to Satan and let things just happen Willy nilly. No. He's got a plan. And that's a beautiful plan that he has. He only gave us one commandment. And he said so in the scriptures, you can throw them all out the window. There is only one throw them all out the window. There's only one commandment, and that is you shall love the lord your God. With all your heart with all your soul with all your mind and your neighbor as yourself. Right . Amazing. And Christ, our pattern son, walked that out for us. He walked out every step of that commandment, clear to the cross, and on the cross, he said, father forgive them for they know not what they do. Right. Father and still your love in us, let it be our DNA. Let me lay down my life. I want to follow in the pattern. That you have created that I can be pleasing to you. Well, on this podcast, we've seen that without God's love and discipline in our lives. Our lives become destructive. Opening up to his love and discipline ensures that our lives will produce the fruit that he is looking for, and we will be a blessing to those around us. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. Has this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discussed, you can email them to living epistles at live behind a veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the veil.

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What Happens When Arrogant Leaders Ruin a Stable Economy?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | Last week

What Happens When Arrogant Leaders Ruin a Stable Economy?

"Donald Trump lived as a realist. He lived in a world that was anchored by the laws of physics by the laws of mathematics by the laws of biology. Now, mind you, most of you also live in that world. Whether you are a Carpenter or a mechanic, an accountant, most of our audience, all of you have to live by certain truths. Whereas the Democrat party is ruled by people that don't have to live by those truths. Janet Yellen being one of them. Jerome Powell, being another. They don't have to live by the laws of nature and nature's God. Money is nothing more than a construct, gender is nothing more than a colonialist oppression tradition. One of the reasons why Donald Trump was able to create such a booming economies, yes, of course, he was a businessman, but he also knew bad ideas when he saw them. Like, wait a second, we can create money out of thin air. That doesn't make any sense. We keep on offshoring manufacturing in China, that doesn't make any sense. He had what is the word that defines good leaders prudence. I believe Ron DeSantis has prudence as well. Comes from a Greek word, which means prudentia now what you have right now though is a very dangerous combination running The White House. Is you have a arrogant, ignorant, ideological crusade, being basically deploying on America and America is the experiment. America right now is the experiment of how far can ideology take you. So ideology, especially if it's rooted in the belief that nature is not stable. Will very quickly and rapidly destroy your civilization. So what should concern all of us is that these radical ideas started to get inserted into the zeitgeist, which really is the spirit of the times, when our economy was booming. Now that we're getting to an unstable point, I think that we're going to start to see even more radical ideas, our job as conservatives hopefully take people back to reality and anchor them to truth,

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Is There Trump Fatigue Among Republicans?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | Last week

Is There Trump Fatigue Among Republicans?

"Hi, Mike. I think they'll do the October surprise and I think Don Junior should be waiting in the wings to run. Well, you know, but can I say this about waiting in the wings? So I had this argument the other day. I played it on the air with Mark Davis. Mark Davis is saying there is Trump fatigue among Republicans. That's this narrative that is starting to get some steam. I don't believe it. I don't agree with it. I talked to callers every day who don't have absolutely zero Trump fatigue, in fact, I think people are more enthusiastic about Trump than ever before. But ultimately, here's what's going to happen. Ron DeSantis is getting teed up to be in a perfect place for people like my friend Mark who think that Ron DeSantis is the refined Trump. And I'm not even going to debate that. Because I do believe that Ron DeSantis is not only the best governor in America. But is going to have an incredibly effective national career ahead of him. Post Florida gubernatorial politics. So who do the Democrats have waiting in the wings? Per se.

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Jack Del Rio Calls out the Left's Hypocrisy

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:15 min | Last week

Jack Del Rio Calls out the Left's Hypocrisy

"The Washington commander's find its defensive coordinator. A man named Jack Del Rio, Washington commanders in NFL team National Football League team. It was known as the Redskins for about 80 years. Until the left in an act of utter irrationality got rid of the name, forced them to. Del Rio compared the January 6th protests at the capital with the quote riots looting and burning unquote that destroyed thousands of businesses and cities during the summer of 2020. This is what he said in a press conference earlier last week. Why are we not looking into those things if we're going to talk about it and why are we not looking into those things? I see the images on TV, people's livelihoods are being destroyed, businesses are being burned down, no problem. And then we have a dust up at the capitol, nothing burned down, and we're going to make that a major deal. Every word he said is accurate. As I said, the Democrats use the January 6th, the way the national socialists as they were known in Germany used the Reichstag fire. As an excuse to impose draconian rule in the country. And not comparing the Democrats to the Nazis. Obviously, I'm comparing tactic to tactic. The question was referencing a tweet he made before the press conference in which he asked to hear the whole story. On the so called protest at the capitol. Quote would love to understand the whole story about why the summer of riots looting burning and destruction of personal property is never discussed, but this is, question mark question mark question mark. Hashtag common sense. Since his comments came under fire, he has since apologized after the team's head coach Ron Rivera issued a statement so sad he apologized. It is so sad.

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"ron  g." Discussed on CarCast

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02:28 min | 4 months ago

"ron g." Discussed on CarCast

"When you go there and you're like, this hot dog tastes like nitro, this beer tastes like NATO. I was like, yeah. It kills all diseases and viruses in the air. Speaking of starting your own venture. We need a cologne that smells like that burnt nitro. There is one, right? There's definitely like a candle, which is weird because rubber or something. Somebody sent me a gift, I think a while back. You know who was is Brad or friend Justin osmer, he's at courts of motor sport Microsoft. He's got his own consulting firm now. But he sent me a gift that was like gasoline like a fuel scented candles. And I was like, I don't know if I'm supposed to light it or not, 'cause I don't know what's gonna happen. Isn't a joke, candle is this gonna explode, but he was like, it feels like that. I was like, actually, it's kind of good. It's pretty good. I'm not an anchorman, right? Yeah, it's something like that. All right, so this is going to be we're going to be wrapping things up, but come out to the winter nationals is going to be exciting program not only is the racing going to be tense, but everyone's nerves are going to be tense as well because everybody seems to have their own team now. Good news, Ron, because we know this is a brand new team. Brad said he's gonna cater lunch for your entire team, the whole weekend. So I'm pretty sure. Yeah, they're taking care of that. Brad's taking that. In a can is good. I'm there. Chick-fil-A for everyone, I think. I'm not sure. I'm not sure of where he's rolling around these days, but Brad's on board with that. I'm sure Dave Merkel throw in as well. Well, he's bringing the beer. He's bringing the bar. After the race is bringing the bar as well. Come out to the race this weekend. What's the program for watching it now? What are we, what's the call to action on watching the event? Yeah, so like I was saying before the press release of the no mask mandate now at the drag races. I'm going to be our team will be in the same spot the fans have gone and found me and my team. PSR ten you'll find the Napa car, same spot. So for all of our fans coming out, if you were coming out as a first timer and never been and you're watching you're like, wow, I want to check it out..

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05:28 min | 4 months ago

"ron g." Discussed on CarCast

"So I just, for a lot of reasons like that, I wanted to sort of get the word out as quick as I could. And that was a free agent anyway at the end of the year. And honestly, that moment I decided to really take that next step was during the pandemic and I was on the phone with Don Schumacher wondering what my paycheck was going to be like, we're all over the world was shutting down what's going to happen. I'm a paid race car driver, right? And I'm talking to him about that and he's on a golf course. And I thought, okay. This isn't something's not right here. I need to be on that side of it. I need to have control over my destiny. It's time first of all, but I don't want to be wondering where my next house payments come and I'm talking to somebody about it and they're on a golf course. And I'm talking to him in between shots. He's worked his butt off. He's a great success. I was going to say he's earned it for sure. He's going to go fishing and be on the golf course. So I'm not knocking that, but that was my moment. Like you asked earlier, that was the oh shit moment that I need to do so. That was it. So you make the call. You sit down with him and you're like, hey, I think now's the time. I want to put this together. I'm going to run out of my own team. And then he's a little, he's a little, he can't be completely surprised, right? He's got to know this is maybe a little coming down and he's just like, you know, maybe tries to talk you out of it a little bit. I don't know, Ron, is this the right time? We can do one more season and then we can talk about it or you're like, nah. I was a little, I was a little privy knowing Tony Stewart's an old friend. I've driven in his races and doing a sprint cars before. I was a little privy and I sort of knew what was going on there. But it wasn't public yet. And I don't even think dawn knew about it, nor did Matt Hagen. My teammate knew he was going to have a chance to go with Tony. So I was kind of privy to a little bit of that backside and I want to let Don know right away. He was quite shocked. I mean, he was good. Yeah. You know, it was an emotional thing for me to do, first of all, the tell him after all these years, but he had to understand it. He's a business guy. So that was definitely shock to him. But again, I told him look, I'd love to keep things here. We knew and he knew, and I was in a meeting with him that nap auto parts after 14 years. Probably wasn't coming back. We had a lot of new personnel up as everything happens with these corporations, especially the pandemic and all that. They were maybe looking at doing some other things. And not exactly keep a sponsorship. So there were a lot of things like that. And so he was like, oh, well, what are you going to do? And I said, well, I got some things, but I can't tell you what they are and this and that. So it was good timing. Because not soon thereafter, they had to break the news that Tony Stewart was going to start his own team and take Leah and then later on came the Matt Hagen thing. So these bombs kept going off around dawn, but luckily I went and talked to him right away and I was honest with him about leaving at the end of the year and trying something. So there you go. Now, with Don Schumacher racing, you're a team headquarters is still with their place. I imagine you're using some of their resources are now just hiring them as a vendor, or how much of the relationship is still there. Well, the funny thing is, a lot of teams, it's sort of become, you know, it's in-house shop. It's a 130,000 ft² shop there in brownsburg Indiana on the west side of Indy. If you walk in the shop right now, there is probably 5 or 16 teams of that dawn does not own that are renting space in that shop. Yeah. So antron for rants out there. That's right. Yeah. You go down the list. There's a whole bunch of them in there because there's an in-house chassis shop. We build parts there. We make our own engine parts. So there's a lot of things there. So either way, if I did get the funding to buy my own stuff, I was still going to lease it out there. I've opened Ron caps, motor sports incorporated in Indiana because all the team members live there, all the crew chiefs live there. And it's where you have to be. And so I talked to Tony Stewart about maybe sharing some spots, some space. John Forrest has in space. We talked about doing that. Tim wilkerson was, I was in tossed with a lot of people before I really knew what I was going to do in the try to keep everything where I was. So for the fans come in this weekend, which, by the way, we're going to break some news right here because it just came on my phone as we're coming on, but this weekend, you know, Pomona had the mask whole LA county thing where you come to the race. You had to show a negative test. Or your vaccination card just to get in and you're going to have to wear a mask in the grandstands. They just released this morning. That's all been gone. The mask mandate at the track will only be indoors, which obviously we don't know. You're not into it. And you do not have to show vaccine status at all to come in. So I know there are a lot of message boards and Facebook lit up with fans that weren't going to come because of that. And it's going to be public here in a couple hours, but anyway, there you go, there's your breaking. There you go. There's no mask mandate. Although I'm a good way to start off the year. I don't know if this is statistically proven, but I am 100% nitro kills everything. So if you got nitro in the air, it's fine..

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05:46 min | 4 months ago

"ron g." Discussed on CarCast

"Exactly right. Exactly. Yeah, so we've endowed this down this road before Brad and I of course have had several businesses. And like you, about a year ago, obviously not in racing, but decided, hey, I don't know why during the pandemic. I was like, I'm gonna start a new company, so I got together with Goldberg and a couple of friends of ours and started a beverage company. And it's a lot of that. It's like the money we're raising to bring it in and then everything that we're buying and delays and supply chain issues and we can't get stuff and half our just to give you an example, we got aluminum cans for our product and our aluminum cans because of this whole truck driver issue and the things that are going on. We've been delayed we've been delayed a year, but we've been delayed the last four weeks because we couldn't find the cans. The truck driver just took the truck, parked it, locked it, took the keys and left and never came back to work again as part of a protest. Eventually we found the truck. Contacted the trucking company, and we literally had to send a guy, we had a fly a guy out, he busted the lock off the back of the truck, unloaded the cans into another truck and started driving them to Iowa where we're making a product right now. I was like, what exactly interstate hijacking run? I was like, I don't understand what this is. Is this soprano's? Is this the wire? How is this a real thing, right? So I hope you documented all that. I was like, should he be wearing a GoPro camera the whole time? They're like, we're not sure we want this documented. And I was like, okay, but just the phone calls in the emails and the texts that I get. And like you're saying just day and night, if people go on, we've got a solution. We're getting a guy out there with bolt cutters to get into the back of the truck. I was like, how is this a real thing? This isn't like a new business we just started a minute ago, right? And have you seen the Mark Wahlberg documentary that I'm not sure what channel it's on? Yeah, it's a documentary that he started that shirt company, some other things on the side and it went right into the pandemic like the film and right when the pen it's a great series. I saw it on the airplane. And I forget what it's called, but it's Mark Wahlberg and it's a great example of what happened like you and people that started something and then the pandemic hit right in the middle of it. Yeah, the whole thing is nuts. So hopefully, first of all, hopefully, most of everything you're using is made in the U.S. because that does help. And I'll tell you the help and advice from friends is invaluable. And when you think about it, is prudent building a race team or anyone building a race team in the 60s. They're kind of just going through it and going, we're not exactly sure how this process works. We're not sure where the parts are coming from or what to pay the people and how to handle it. And that's going to grow over time. The same thing when we were putting together our company. We try to call and get advice from the best people in the business. And even then they're constantly going, oh yeah, well, you know, this fell off the truck, quote, unquote, right? So now a palette of someone's product is missing. Just missing. I'm sure someone's drinking it. We just don't know where it is. And financially, we're all screwed on the deal, but there's a lot there. So the question getting back to when you sit down with Schumacher and you say, hey, I think now is the time, I'm going to go out on my own. I'm going to build my team. How does that conversation go? What Schumacher's reaction to that? Well, I told him, Andy, which was our last race before playoffs, which we call the countdown to the championship. It's also indie's their biggest race. It's our Super Bowl it's the U.S. nationals. But I want to let him know as early as I knew that I was going to start looking at some things and going out on my own. I didn't want to wait the last minute and have word get out. I wanted to be straight up and honest with them. And I also want to be Frank. If I got a deal because I was already working on a couple of things that were maybes, I wanted the word to get out. So at least some people in sponsors knew with some lead time and not right at this scene, you know, as you know, a lot of businesses have their money tied up for the following year, already done. So I want to a couple reasons. Let the word get out. I want to let Don know early. And if I did get a deal, I wanted to look at what it would take to bring it and run it out of the same area that I had been for the last 17 years, which right at DSR, the great hospitality. You guys have both been there. Good people working there. The chassis that were built by our in-house shop, my life relies on, but a great success within one lot of races, one, two championships. So I wanted to keep that going. It was mass exodus. You mentioned Tony Stewart. Yeah, Antoine Brown. But he had four funny cars four dragsters just a few years ago, and now Tony Stewart took two teams antron Brown was leaving and now here I was leaving. He's down to one car. That wasn't even a for sure, but Tony Schumacher, we now know as driving that one. That's right. So now he's down to one team. So I just, for a lot of reasons like that, I wanted to sort of get the word out as quick as I could. And that was a free agent anyway at the end of the year. And honestly,.

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07:00 min | 4 months ago

"ron g." Discussed on CarCast

"Keep it to survive. And then when you do make an announcement, when antron Brown makes an announcement when Leo makes an announcement to do the team with Tony Stewart, what you find is you find the other team owners the other racers going, I'd like to reach out and offer some help because we can't imagine this sport without you. You're such an important part of what we do out here. And that means a lot, right? When John Forrest says, hey, caps. You know, fantastic congratulations. Go out on your own. Be a team owner. Let me know what I can do to help, right? You've got to be a part of this. So let me make sure I can offer something so this doesn't fail. That this keeps moving forward for you. And like you said, purdom, who hasn't been in a car in forever. I don't know that he's even owned a team in quite some time, but still just very active as a cheerleader for the sport. Like you were saying about John force as well. Just an advocate for the sport. Where is it going to go? Forces never not going to be at the track. Right? Hope not. Yeah. And snake was the first one I called when I knew I had the letter of intent. I wanted to give back because he picked me out of a litter of a ton of people that I thought were way better, bigger names. And he picked me to drive that funny car. Just kind of he said he was watching me in the dragster. I was a rookie and top fuel and just part time race and for roger pram, but he was watching out with carried myself and how I drove in the car and my interviews. And that was huge to get picked by DOM Peron. I can't even tell you. I mean, I was playing this hot wheels. We all probably did. Yeah. And so he was the first one I called and said, hey, I want you to have a place to come back out. Yeah, he comes to Pomona every year. He lives close. He lives down by me. But I want you anytime you come out. I want you to come out and give advice, hang out. But I don't want you to have to work and have that aggravation because when I stop driving for him, there was a lot of aggravation going on with his teams and sponsors and just I could see it. It was eating away at him and he just didn't enjoy it. And so I said, hey, just come hang out. Just enjoy yourself, go to the starting line, have a place to hang out. Be if you want to give advice, ownership wise, give advice if not, you want to just chill and have people out and hang out and do the snake thing, hang out. And that was the first phone call I made. And since then, I mean, his wife Lynn, who did a lot of probably a lot of the success that he had was lend for dome behind the scenes. She's been very, very helpful when just things you don't think about. You know, insurance on the trucks and the rigs going down the road. You got to pay all this. There's a lot going on behind. And I thought there was. I had no idea. So that was cool. And really snake being able to hang out and just chill. I got to tell you, I was getting on Thanksgiving Day and I won't tell you who the owner is. He was calling and texting a pretty big name in NASCAR about being involved in helping me be able to buy my team by it outright by the rigs and on Thanksgiving Day. And I was like, this is amazing. It was cool that he was really wanting to get that involved to help because he said, I just don't want to hang out. I want to help a little bit or bring a deal and I said, hey, that's even better, man. But so I'm looking forward to having, you know, just knowing that he gave me my first shot. Not just a shot, but a huge shot. I mean, it was a big deal. It was rockstar for me to be picked by him and I'll never forget it. When you told snake that you were going to start your own team, what was this an issue reaction? Was it, why'd you wait so long? Oh my God. It was like, hey, I thought you were never going to make this call. I thought you were never going to tell me. It's been a minute. It's been 27, 28 years. Why didn't you do this a while ago or, you know? Or was he just like, hey, now is the time? Yeah, he laughed. He goes, you don't know what you're getting into. But you know, he's always said, you know, I've been watching. You're going to be fine. Everybody loves you. You do well. You do the right stuff and really a lot of I learned from him, taking care of sponsors and the way that he carried himself. But he kept laughing. He goes, you are in for a lot. And so when you hear a guy like that, say it, you're like, oh, I better, I better button up the boots a little tighter because this is gonna be this is gonna be a hard ride and it has been, but we're here. It's crazy that a lot of sleepless nights, this past winter time. Now I have a payroll almost a $1 million of payroll and these kids with babies on the way and you just don't think about all that stuff. And now I woke up this morning, you know, 4 a.m., wondering about this, one of our crew guys is their babies do in March, we're at the gator nationals. I want to give them time off to be there for his first baby and then you start thinking, oh my God, I gotta make this work. They rely on it. They got a baby coming and just things I never really imagined. And that's what people do forget. Is that behind everything, it's a business. And with a lot of moving parts and that's where you've got to have that ultimate multitasker where you can do all that, run and then the minute you roll up to the line that all goes away and you focus on the track, right? Yeah. Just for three seconds. Just for three seconds, then you go and more, then you go worry about it again. It sounds easy, right? Yeah, sounds easy. Even as you start to put all of this stuff together that's like physically in front of you and you're like, okay, trailers are coming in and car parts are coming in, tools are coming in. Then you've got to sit down with the lawyer. You got to sit down with the tax guy and we're like, what are we buying? What are we leasing? What are we writing off? How do we make that work? What's the best way to do it? Before we throw out. Before we just like, hey, we got a check coming in from a sponsor. Now we need to gear up with our stuff. But exactly how do we get that stuff are we buying it? Are we leasing it? Are we doing some other program for it? And is there a sponsors involved on some of the stuff that we're getting and what does that mean? And then what do we give them in return? And is it partial cash and partial promotion for those sponsors? It's like, I feel like you just jump inside my head for the last two months. Yeah. Man. That's exactly right. Exactly. Yeah, so we've endowed this down this road before Brad and I of course have had several businesses. And like you, about a year ago, obviously not in racing, but decided, hey, I don't know why during the pandemic. I was like, I'm gonna start a new company, so I got together with.

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05:01 min | 4 months ago

"ron g." Discussed on CarCast

"It's been a long time, but I've always taken care of. You look out at C bands and sometimes they got kids with them and they got no ear protection on it. It drives me crazy that there's a kid, they're holding has no control over protecting their own ears. And yet this parent is out there and there's cars firing up and whacking a throttle and, you know, like you said, it's 12,000 horsepower. So it's an incredible sound, but it can certainly hurt your ears. Yeah, so definitely bring air protection and don't be afraid to wear them the whole time. You would benefit from it. But let's talk about how getting started. We've got a lot of exciting news to talk about as well. But you said that you were going to the track early as a kid. Did you have family members that were racers or just fans and you were bringing me there? Oh no. Dude, my mom drove, which is a trip because you know, it surely will down a cha cha mold Downey, everybody knows. And it was for me, everybody talked about this First Lady dragster driver. And I grew up with one. I mean, my dad when he built cars and we had a track in Santa Maria and San Luis Obispo is where I grew up on the central coast, but we would make these treks with my dad down to irwindale and all these tracks of Southern California of course Pomona and my mom early on before I was born. But my dad was running around the streets. You only had one of the faster cars back you look at American Graffiti and those kind of movies that's kind of how it was. I used to hear the stories, but he got more satisfaction after putting my forefoot 8 mom into his street cars and later became race cars, put a two by four on the gas and sent her up to beat guys and that was his thing. So my mom, when I was a kid, my dad had an altered, and he helped a lot of local people with dragsters. My mom would be packing the parachutes working on the race car at night. It was so that was normal to me. So later on in life, you know, I mean, I read about her, but my mom raised. So my mom and dad, I grew up thankfully around it, going to Bakersfield and all those tracks constantly. And that was my childhood. So I love it. That's why I'm kind of a throwback to his old days, you know? And the vintage cars and the march meet nostalgia just saying it's just it takes me right back to our childhood. Brad's probably got a poster. Brad's Brad's probably got a vintage poster from every one of those races because he doesn't throw any shit away. He's got just stacks and stuff. I go to my garage. Ron mentioned something about, you know, back when we were sponsoring when my company was sponsoring him and snakes team and you talk about going to the drag strip and you can only get the sensory perception being there. One of the very first times. Now, my wife has been to many drag races and many before that. But this particular time we were in the pits, Ron was getting ready to do the test fire when it's up. You know, off the ground and Ron sitting in the car. And my wife walked over to check it out. Just dizzy fired it up. And she got a nice shot of nitro right in the face and run, as you know, a first time she heard her lungs contracted and she thought I thought she was gonna die, you know? She freaked out. Now whenever anybody even walks towards a car to start it up, she's gone. She's, you know, out of the pits and gone. But that's part of the fun because it is, it's the sights, the smell, the sound, and the reverberation when those cars go down the track. I mean, we feel it in the stands and Ron, you and I had a conversation years and years ago. And I asked you, what was it like the first time you ever went down the track? And you told me something hilarious. Do you remember what you said? The first time you ever took a pass and a funny car. Did I shit my shorts? It was kind of like that, yeah. I said, what was it like? And you said, how the hell do I know? And you said, you said, when you got to the end, they were all jumping up going. How did it handle? How did it this? And you're like, I don't know. I was just long for the ride, and you told me it took maybe 13 passes before you could even get a little bit of an idea of what the car was doing or comprehend it all. Yeah, it's crazy because you got to good morning. Although the publicists are all rolling into town. You gotta imagine. It's zero to a hundred and less than one second on top of that. It's upwards of 5 and a half 6 gs. So it's crazy to imagine somebody and you step on the gas, even after a few runs, but when you're getting your license, you step on the gas and you're catapulted over 5 and a half, 6 G's. That's more than anything on the planet, but a fighter pilot. It's more than a space shuttle pilots go through. So your brain can't comprehend. We all did cars, right?.

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"ron  g." Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:07 min | 9 months ago

"ron g." Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Walking across campus. And i see a little flyer which what they didn't let them and said you have to be six two and that was six one and she put some toll shays on so i went out and it was just it was me. It was perfect. But dave turned out to be probably the best coach I could have anybody could have. I mean just down. The streets may have a fellow who the two-time olympian champion and he trained orange coast college with dave. You know twenty years after. I was there and so he we me a little quonset hut that weren't i was the shortest guy in the i mean they were up to six seven on that sort of thing and so would bring the boats into this hanson. Everybody's blaming overrun clinton. Just the sandlot on the on the water. And you know. The doc would typically in ridiculous. Nobody thought about it but that was that was where turns out. We became the roman champions and Way did such a good job that they called us the giantkillers because we had taken on all of the big university. It's not just the freshman the varsity is and and beat everybody's time significantly in the championship. And so that was really cheap. Dave that was really dies and the kindness and the patience. And the you know. I think when i have to be on its one rig mattis said ron which elected row single in the olympics and i was just in the confusion of mine. Post them military. Yes i just said yes but then might happen overwhelming. Look that's a. that's a wonderful story. I i wonder the thing i took from. That run was the individually ship as a tame you'll have apart play in the leadership experience. What an what side of that do you help your clients with is. Is there that dimension to this. Well it's a sneaky. Yes why goal is to help them into the highest levels of leadership. In other words there are more conscious in being. Yes this name. Things that i watch with anybody who moves into higher state of consciousness that definition of self most from just themselves to others and so just as a conscious person begins to care for others wants to help others in the world so a high level leader automatically begins to care more for the people that are working with them anybody involved in the organization and really extends out as they get upset to any stakeholder thereby from whom they sell to and then they bring that attitude of compassion and empathy that sense of wanting to really bring out the best in everybody knowing that that will be the best forever and and went out no surprise they trust the board all the research shows that the making about forty percent more traffic and have for the present more legitimacy because everybody is on board everybody feels like a part of something so they're contributing in more and are excited about you. Know i mean mike lance. I'm blown away by. And i've got one. Do.

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"ron  g." Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

Pod Dirty to Me

04:45 min | 10 months ago

"ron g." Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

"And we're going to be the dick's and then nothing ever came of it unfortunately But we were talking about that with me and sarah and shaw. We're talking about that like would you do in only fans do like if you're the pov where you were never actually on camera except for like your dig like nobody would really evernote. Was you and like my wife would never watch only fans. And if she did. I'd be like why didn't we know why did you could have saved so much heartache. If i'd known you were watching porn but like yeah you must muscles people make an only fans cam girl. I thought about it. Like i didn't personally we were talking about it. Blessed time like cam girls may like five grand a week or they can. It's insane dude. Almost makes me want to work out and get in shape and be like. Hey old man joe average but then i'd have to eat right and it's just not worth it. No beer on this. Yeah no beer. Big speaking speaking you touched on only fans. Yes kim across this other three. So i read this other article this nurse. Yes she was a full fledge aren nurse smoking amazing beautiful blondie tone body. I mean beautiful. And i guess whenever her nurse buddies or nurse co workers rather her out to her i guess they call the nurse manager or something like that and The went up and found her only fans page and basically told her she had to take down even though she'd met she didn't advertise any of it at work. She didn't do anything it was like. This was on on the lowdown. But i guess one of her coworkers fine now and she started you know. And maybe they got jealous or white. And then he started saying So she got worn twice apparently nothing on the third time she was like you know what i'm dime. She quit and she's making six figures easily. Fuck yeah dude. Like i'm not. i'm talking stupid money. i would quit. I think. I think when i read it with sixty five or seventy thousand a month imagine it. I would just do it for like as long as i could. And then just fucking. She knew how to invest. Yeah just off your retire but she turned it around until gave everybody the finger. Whether it'd be like fuck y'all it's my personal business. What i do when i'm not here. But she was dude. I don't have an only friends but he showed like some of the pages on the internet. Yeah good god god if you would like to come on this show and you were that nurse. G mail pod dirtied me gmail.com. Or if you haven't only he'd like to advertise it and be interviewed. Send us an email. that'd be fun. We think strikes get all muscular again and do it. You got kids got to put into college somehow. He got to pay for college. Once i get the dna tests back for mine will figure out. If there's no fucking way man. That girl is totally wonder percent. You brother to only fan but to to tear gave the if there was a possibility. Yes okay say you started one. You're just making an additional five call five grand a month doing something part time and then it just blew up. Imagine imagine what you could do. I would go part time at work. So i can huma benefits. Yeah be like fuck l. I'm just saved. This is my benefit money. And then just keep you on his launch again. I was thinking of you the other day. I saw an interest rate to see where you're doing this on interesting lady. Go by lord and i thought to. I wonder jason. How many bears would it take If you have to ask and it probably is like. I'd have to rufi myself give myself viagra rookie myself and say do what you're gonna do. I ain't gonna be awake. You wanna get on and go for. What if she offered you money. Well how much money we talk about. Do i have to be happy about it. Or it'd be like you've ever seen kingpin. Yes when he has to eat yes. It wasn't that bad..

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"ron  g." Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

03:32 min | 11 months ago

"ron g." Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Mets using that as a meditation practice so i would listen to lectures from whoever is either a good buddhist teacher or whoever might be and i would listen as a form of sign looseness which necessarily go down that rabbit hole. But it's where you become aware of your sensory input to a degree to where you can then release the contextual framework of how you compartmentalized and assigned meaning to each of those things in really tune into just appear pure sensation of your perception right. And of course the outcome of that is being able to free you from experiencing what you think ought to be so that you can actually experience more objectively. What is but one of those methods thought. Well what's one of the most challenging things to divorce your meaning from its language. You know because obviously we. Can't we think in languages it has such a a deep rooted impactful. Mathematically instantaneous effect on us remember hear someone speaking and so i would meditate on these these lectures until i just heard the voices as this kind of like wordless Here just as tonal thing in may it was a enlightening to me and also just made me start hearing the musicality of language in that way and subsequently. What's interesting is that I found a lot of people who have been guests on my podcast. Who afterward done they say. I love you know wherever you talking. It sounds like someone playing saxophone. And i'm like well. Maybe all that meditating listening to lectures what happened to musical. How funny that reminds me of. When i was listening to my i remember falling asleep when i was a young child when parents listening to the news and had that same experience i never i never gave myself credit for meditating but i totally get where you're coming from on that and it's almost like when you're as you're falling asleep sometimes that's all you're getting from it and it's all it seems like there may be some overlap in terms of the anxiety going down and just being in that moment and just letting your body take you away that ear that is happening in both of those cases. Uh-huh yeah the doors are closing. you're falling asleep. You know so. Your consciousness is slowly retreating into itself. So i need to be aware of my unawareness for the next eight hours which is so weird to me anyway So i'm curious what what is the last time that you used This modeling reverse engineering For something that you are working on a use it all the time i truly do and it is because it's a mindset more than it is a particular approach. It really is a set of tools. That you are that i am constantly using. So what if. I'm writing. If if i'm reading a nonfiction book at the end of the chapter i will reverse outline the different sections to figure out what it is that the author was saying. And what was the flow and how they created it from watching a movie. I'm thinking constantly like how. how is this created. What can i learn from this. How do i apply this to my next thing. So it really is more of a mindset that i would encourage anyone listening to this to start applying because it's the only way to constantly learn on the fly and i think we've been led to believe that learning something that only happens if you're reading books or taking a course but when you're adapting this approach And reverse engineering and real time. Every experience can become a learning experience including listening to this podcast..

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"ron  g." Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

02:34 min | 11 months ago

"ron g." Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"He was using pauses in all the right moments to to to really land point and what i love about. That story is that obama didn't go and Fine you know to the wilderness to find his talent. He didn't practice for ten thousand hours. He worked backward to figure out what was working in a different field and incorporated into his own approach. And that's the goal of reverse engineering is to figure out what's working whether it's your field or someone else's so you can identify the ingredients that may be worth incorporating into your next attempt. Well that's really fussing of this story. I hadn't heard that before but it makes total sense because as a lecturer as you say he's bomb was probably speaking from Almost algorithm mcclay just referencing the set of of memorized ideas that he was presenting. And that is as you said. It's it's the least effective way to connect with anybody in the most effective way is to do it like a preacher you know and so blending those two of having actual you know in as you said you were. Preachers are often. The rapid repetition in a lot of times was interesting is that they're not even really saying much you know there's sort of just it's more of a kind of a tonal musical inflection of energy and force in just sprinkle in a few little Pity sound bites. You know to really get get people on track. But it's fascinating. To think of combining those two skill sets and it makes a lot of sense of wild bomb was able to capture that amazing or tori skill. That he has. it's interesting here hear about pastures. I think there are a lot of other folks who also are essentially reciting a song. We don't hear it as a song. They're saying words but the tones are formulaic. And i was listening last night to tucker carlson. Who's on fox news. And he does this really well. He's i think is the most popular host on fox news at the moment. And if you listen to him you just take out the words. He's singing you a song and zong that enchants you into following his argument and regardless of whether or not you agree with his stances. It's really interesting that you know. You can't argue. He's very effective. And i it's almost like obama and tucker carlson what they have in common is. They're both basically using these techniques that persuade us To follow their arguments and it's not happening on a conscious level. They're using techniques that they've identified in other fields and are incorporating into their approach. The that makes so much sense actually did. I've spent a lot of time in the past..

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"ron  g." Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

06:00 min | 11 months ago

"ron g." Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Comfortable. Wipe the what what that teaches. You not you just mentioned that that formula from from those animated films and if you were to start and decide tomorrow you wanna you know for for. You're going on vacation. You wanted to make it productive vacation for a week. You're gonna work on on creating your own animated script. You would have a great place to start. You don't have to necessarily copy. That exact formula with the child loses their parents and they go on an amazing journey. But at least you understand what it is. That audience are responding to. And that's really. The goal of this book is to give you the techniques so that regardless of whatever it is you're impressed by you at least are able to pull back the curtain understand. What's working why it's working and then you can start tweaking it a little bit now. If you didn't have that formula if you didn't realize that your character needs to lose their parents really be at the pit of despair before they go on their journey. You would probably write a pretty bad script. And that's the point. It's not copy. It's to have the tools to deconstruct today. You can accelerate your success without having to just make it up from scratch now how can Naievty be useful in this whole process. Say more about that not allowing yourself to kind of jump in and click into a systematic approach or sort of deciding that there is one way to this process and yet remaining opening kind of fluid with at all you need to be and in fact one of the things that i think is really interesting. Is that sometimes. Even when you know what the formula is you're not going to necessarily be able to execute it and that can be useful so in decoding greatness. I talk about the story of malcolm. Glad well and glad well used to be a science writer. I think it was the washington post and when he moved over to the new yorker he suddenly needed to go from writing short science articles about new studies to writing expansive stories that were in many cases narratives about individual characters and he found. It was really really hard. He didn't actually feel confident enough that he could do it so he knew. What the formula was. You just didn't feel like he can execute it so what he did. Instead was he compensated by bringing in science is articles but but studies he. Would he would summarize studies in the middle of the story so we do a story go to study..

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"ron  g." Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

03:34 min | 11 months ago

"ron g." Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"And import it into your hometown so starbucks. The case of starbucks howard schultz took the italian coffee bar experience and introduced it into seattle. Where nothing even close existed in the case of aaa steve. Ells took the successful burrito bar restaurants of san francisco and imported them into denver. Were mexican food was a novelty so that sort of approach a thinking about why certain businesses succeed empowers. You empowers any entrepreneurs to generate new business ideas quickly without necessarily trying to be innovative at all. It's really kind of like understanding. What's the formula. And how might this be applied elsewhere so in the case of the formula we just discussed anyone listening to this can start thinking about. Hey what's something. That's successful elsewhere. That i could introduce into my hometown or vice versa. Which is what successful near me. That i might be able to export somewhere else So how a person keep trying to prevent from getting twisted up in themselves and kind of losing their own vision and then losing sight of their own goal so say that they have three different business or albums or you painters or whatever it is they're extrapolating the interesting elements of elements that they find interesting from a kind of molding those together. How can not lose their own personality within that orbit two tenths in in just two hung up in the process of mixing those things together. It's really interesting you know. I think it's more of a danger of people trying to be too original which actually backfires i. I've yet to see many examples of people being too focused on someone else's formula. Because you know there's a great quote from jack. The pen is a famous chef in the book. Can i talk about how one of the things he's tells us students is. He gives He he he gives them a recipe. This he's teaching students had to become shafts. He gives them recipe for chickens. And he tells me if you want to be original. Don't because even without you trying you can't help but show yourself in the recipe. And so in his case he talks about. I'll give fifteen students an a the same recipe. And i'll get three chickens. That are overdone three. That are underdone three. That why just per just right and you know like all kinds of the variations and so his point is that at the very beginning. Your goal is to understand the recipe. And after you've successfully executed it then try to bring your influence and i think the approach is relevant to all of us when you're trying to write a novel or website or start. A podcast is understand. The formula used reverse engineering to to decode it and then work on that once. He successfully executed then. Try to evolve it ever so slightly so that you create your own unique thing. Perfect perfect So what was the last thing that you didn't have any evolvement with that. You've spotted that you you able to pull apart. And say hey. I totally see that. This person took elements of x. Y. and z. To create whatever it is that they created. I've been doing a lot of private work just on my own interest about looking at looking at stories and movies and novels and there. It's remarkable the patterns that you can identify in these since the last one was a movie. Watch with my kids on disney plus called luca which you can predict once you understand the formulas you could predict what's going to happen before it happens. So in the case of luca in college is we haven't seen it. I'm about to spoil for you a little bit..

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"ron  g." Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

03:29 min | 11 months ago

"ron g." Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Hey what's going on how you doing what's happening. You're doing well today. Fueling good feeling all is going well in your life in the despite cast is finding you just at the right moment. I am coryell allen by the way in you. are you just in case. you haven't forget. I have an awesome podcast today. Run friedman is my guest. Ron is a psychologist and behavior. Change expert who specializes in human motivation and is a fascinating new book out called decoding greatness which speaks to how you reverse engineer success in whatever area that you choose it was really cool to speak with him because this is something. I've done my entire life really without knowing that it was the system. I often looked at things. I liked in kind of found cruelty of elements in in and then worked backwards to see what made them tick. And so it was really great to drop in was ron and explore that at a deeper level. I know you're gonna dig this chat.

"ron  g." Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

02:34 min | 11 months ago

"ron g." Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"A brilliant mind for innovation do heady head to head what these come to you to come through other people. Do you wake up of nighttime startled and needing to grab a pen and paper has happened for you. That happens more with my songwriting When i get an idea for song. I grab a piece of paper or notebook and start writing. Lyric split for the products. I've developed got seventeen patents and I i've developed and launched over forty five or fifty innovate products over my career. Generating sales of almost two billion dollars as credible those those products that i was the most successful in terms of launching and a getting to market were born from firsthand experience of working with patients and positions in looking again. Go back to my explanation about innovation innovating in coming up with products that solve problems yet. And that's really the home run right there and depending on how many problems you can solve. How bad the problems are. That's gonna Basically formulate into successful Product launch into the Obviously sales after the launch. But that's typically how. I've been successful in this part of the. That's a big part of my book. Actually to you look at testing you talked about having relationships before and you know it's not just one path that you've would walk down to get to this point so he must have a lot of relationships with designers and developers to bring these new new products to market tennessee. Bit about that person's yet well in order to do the job or do the work i do. I have to know like mechanical engineer. Engineers in most lately. I've gotten to be quite close friends with Engineers who have rapid taizhou technologies. So for instance. What i was building prototypes about ten years ago. Fifteen years ago it would take three or four decades To make a part in. Now i can talk to a rapid prototyping engineer in Workable done in about three hours tonight. Thing so yeah. The technology for rapid prototyping three d..

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"ron  g." Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"ron g." Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Fortunately for me everything i've done. Ss led to one. Now doing it. The future and i look at him stepping stones or bridges and they've been fortunately for me late late linked up to My passes lead up to things that i'm doing now currently Like i never envisioned Back the nineteen eighties that i'd ever have any involvement telemedicine telehealth in i was. Ceo company that We just completely focused all of our energy and attention on telemedicine and connecting doctors remotely with patients that were in drug rehab facility. So as a unique use face that lent itself To me in the future taking on some work with qualcomm and You know expanding my experiences telemedicine telehealth field and that's Is it now. oh sleeping respiratory related. Work that you're doing. Yeah yeah right. now. I'm involved with a company in san diego. And we're getting ready to launch a new high flow therapy device that specifically can help and treat cove it Patients that are and ted offering from a respiratory conditions museum is. It's very exciting. And you'd mentioned something a bit ago. as id and stress. What have you found it. Terms of talking to people and how koga impacted their stress levels. Oh is this too. I think there's two schools influences the the people that are are anxious about it. And there's the i guess People who don't necessarily know of it's true or not. You know i think both camps the the feedback to though. I'm getting the impression on getting that. The anxieties they regardless of the mindset. Around it So that's that's basically the gist of the feedback that on getting People are managing it. It's almost become a new kind of normal has an yeah. I guess you could say that. That's unfortunately that's true in a lot of the or to the world. Now we're on to to talk about your award. You were awarded the first of the year two thousand and full. Tell us about that. Oh gosh that was quite an honor. Because i was recognized by the peers in my feel that by the industry for being a strong advocate for of patients. Meaning that Not being patient. I'm not very patiently. Patients people that are suffering from a different conditions yet in diseases and i four years go washington. Dc and Present to insurance companies and reimbursement agencies the need for better coverage and reimbursement for people who had sleep disorders or respiratory diseases. And i was fortunate enough to get a broader coverages in more reimbursement to cover the expenses that patients experienced those types of disorder. So i was given. That award is a big honour. Yeah fantastic credit. I i'd love to if we could. We hear about this idea. This word innovation anouilh here so often often times..

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"ron  g." Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:22 min | 11 months ago

"ron g." Discussed on Revision Path

"Help help help help a deal with a team of people that sixty problems and none of the stuff that alone so that could be fun Is that those kinds of goals. I like being behind the scenes. I don't make anything like script super super visible like on this fired. Anything ridiculously visible. But i like solving problems. That other folks necessarily wanna wanna solve. But i think much like when we talk about seven years ago i did not know. I didn't know what the future had. Its though i didn't know what my feeling was. And i think that if i wanted people to guessing from this you get nothing else in my interview about other than other than as apollo which is amazing. He should i love it. it is to is. Don't put a governor or a ceiling or a cat on your potential. Don't let your own imposter syndrome or something. Your parents say when you are eleven or a teacher said when you're twenty two like don't let were a boss said the us thirty. Don't let those things. Those individual isolated situations. Put a cap on where you think you can go. Obviously you have to do the work. Obviously you gotta show up. Obviously you've got to have some luck but you can position yourself. The opportunities can come the things. Can your patient. But you're also doing the work and be willing to reinvent yourself. But i i think that that's that's the biggest lesson from saying. We talked to now in about thinking of future is like is long. You don't put a cap on it prematurely. Then who knows what what the door would. The worst open ceilings can be there. Because i don't know. I didn't. I didn't predict this. I didn't see this coming. I really didn't. I'm pass where. I thought i was trying to go. So which is really cool but also kind of frightening. We'll just you know. Wrap things up here. Ron where can our audience find out more about you about your work and everything online definitely always at ron. Brockton dot com definitely on your twitter. Machine may vary there at ron johnson and also consequence designed dot org..

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"ron  g." Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:37 min | 11 months ago

"ron g." Discussed on Revision Path

"It's sustainable because i think certainly if you're a designer or developer at i'm just naming companies here like dropbox or something like that notion dropbox. I love dropbox. But if you're like a product based company the work that you do may really not even be seen it can easily be overwritten..

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